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WBUR Boston
Boston City Council Delays Action On Pay Raise; Here’s How Their Salary Compares To Other Citiesto $99,500. Typically, the mayor’s salary is twice the salary of the city counc
Boston City Council Delays Action On Pay Raise; Here’s How Their Salary Compares To Other Cities
WBUR Boston / Posted 29 minutes ago
to $99,500. Typically, the mayor’s salary is twice the salary of the city council, but Walsh said he would not accept more money. (His current salary is $175,000 and the proposal would make it $199,000.) Linehan, however, is seeking a higher boost... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
At the Mikegreat Foundation Auction is in the books with more than $50,000 raised. The Fou
At the Mike
Great Bend Tribune / Posted an hour ago
great Foundation Auction is in the books with more than $50,000 raised. The Foundation does great work to get scholarship money to students. It actually has some fancy name like Institutional Advancement or something but everyone knows it as the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
The 25th anniversary of the Chalk It Up Festivalringing the park, live music, food, crafts, and a children's area. Squares of s
The 25th anniversary of the Chalk It Up Festival
The Sacramento Bee / Posted an hour ago
ringing the park, live music, food, crafts, and a children's area. Squares of sidewalk are purchased by sponsors, and the money goes to children's art education and art activities. Chris CrewellSacramento Bee Staff Photo Chalk artists line the... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Commercial catch upsets Skeena fish groupand we think those actions are going to have long term impacts on salmon stocks
Commercial catch upsets Skeena fish group
Terrace Standard / Posted 4 hours ago
and we think those actions are going to have long term impacts on salmon stocks,” said Cleveland. “A lot of taxpayers’ money went into insuring that all the players were at the table and we talked about these things during integrated harvest... Read more
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The Northern View
Commercial catch upsets Skeena fish groupand we think those actions are going to have long term impacts on salmon stocks
Commercial catch upsets Skeena fish group
The Northern View / Posted 4 hours ago
and we think those actions are going to have long term impacts on salmon stocks,” said Cleveland. “A lot of taxpayers’ money went into insuring that all the players were at the table and we talked about these things during integrated harvest... Read more
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The New Age
Chilean President Bachelet's disapproval rating hits new high-pollThe proportion of Chileans who disapprove of President Michelle Bachelet rose t
Chilean President Bachelet's disapproval rating hits new high-poll
The New Age / Posted 6 hours ago
The proportion of Chileans who disapprove of President Michelle Bachelet rose to a new high as a sluggish economy complicates key reforms and a campaign financing scandal stokes resentment toward the political class, a poll showed on... Read more
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The New Age
Chilean President Bachelet's disapproval rating hits new high-pollThe proportion of Chileans who disapprove of President Michelle Bachelet rose t
Chilean President Bachelet's disapproval rating hits new high-poll
The New Age / Posted 7 hours ago
The proportion of Chileans who disapprove of President Michelle Bachelet rose to a new high as a sluggish economy complicates key reforms and a campaign financing scandal stokes resentment toward the political class, a poll showed on... Read more
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The Columbian
Singletary: ‘Twisdom’ to help you pay for collegescary frontier. This is a voyage that drives families mad. The mission: to expl
Singletary: ‘Twisdom’ to help you pay for college
The Columbian / Posted 8 hours ago
scary frontier. This is a voyage that drives families mad. The mission: to explore college possibilities, to seek out free money, to boldly send their children where many have gone before so they won’t come back home.” So how do you navigate... Read more
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Bury Times
Praise for eighth Glaston-Bury festival as crowds enjoy 'brilliant' lineupwhich is now in its eighth year, was held in eleven venues across the town, sho
Praise for eighth Glaston-Bury festival as crowds enjoy 'brilliant' lineup
Bury Times / Posted 9 hours ago
which is now in its eighth year, was held in eleven venues across the town, showcasing a huge variety of acts raising money in aid of Bury Hospice. Glaston-Bury has raised more than £75,000 for the hospice since it was first held in 2008, and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian Liberals pledge millions for youth crime prevention programs$5.3 million on programs aimed at keeping young people in school and out of pri
Tasmanian Liberals pledge millions for youth crime prevention programs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
$5.3 million on programs aimed at keeping young people in school and out of prison. The party has committed to deliver the money over three years to six organisations, including Save The Children, Mission Australia's U-Turn project, and Hobart's... Read more
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News.com.au
Australians robbed overseas in terrifying attackswere safe as we always kept them in the hostel, but unfortunately the same coul
Australians robbed overseas in terrifying attacks
News.com.au / Posted 14 hours ago
were safe as we always kept them in the hostel, but unfortunately the same could not be said for my phone, wallet and money. “To make matters worse it wasn’t until we arrived at the police station that I realised all of our bank cards were in... Read more
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Independent
Mentoring and funding could get Britain movinga food cart, for example – but who is backing the meatier visions that could tr
Mentoring and funding could get Britain moving
Independent / Posted 17 hours ago
a food cart, for example – but who is backing the meatier visions that could trigger economic growth, create jobs and put money back into the public purse? Not every business seeking backing is worthy of it, but many compelling plans could be... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Lack of budget wrecking school fundsof Claysburg-Kimmel School district's budget. "Right now we are using our fund
Lack of budget wrecking school funds
Altoona Mirror / Posted 17 hours ago
of Claysburg-Kimmel School district's budget. "Right now we are using our fund balance," Claysburg-Kimmel business manager Michelle Smithmyer said. "Everything we are doing we are doing so that it has the least affect on students." She compared... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Jeep Wrangler to stay, but Cherokee will gowas surprising outside of Toledo as well. “Maybe that explains why there was t
Jeep Wrangler to stay, but Cherokee will go
The Toledo Blade / Posted 17 hours ago
was surprising outside of Toledo as well. “Maybe that explains why there was this turmoil around the Toledo plant,” said Michelle Krebs, an analyst with AutoTrader.com. “I think now the question is where does the Cherokee go, and I don’t know the... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
With gas prices low, transit ridership declinesprices are short-term drivers of ridership. But he also said CATS is struggling
With gas prices low, transit ridership declines
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 17 hours ago
prices are short-term drivers of ridership. But he also said CATS is struggling with a long-term challenge of having enough money to add new service or increase the frequencies at which buses operate. “After the recession, one of the things we did... Read more
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The Advocate
Literal bucket listChick St. Germaine, of Harahan, tells this “bucket list” story: “In 2006, my n
Literal bucket list
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
Chick St. Germaine, of Harahan, tells this “bucket list” story: “In 2006, my nephew Randy had a lady friend, Michelle, who was diagnosed with inoperable, terminal brain cancer. Her one last wish was to be able to milk a cow. Uncle Chick was called... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patientsBIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to st
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patients
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a patient trust fund account. Attorney General Luther Strange said in a statement Tuesday that 38-year-old Gwendolyn Michelle Lacy of Birmingham has... Read more
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FOX 6 News Birmingham
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patientsBIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to st
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patients
FOX 6 News Birmingham / Posted yesterday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a patient trust fund account. Attorney General Luther Strange said in a statement Tuesday that 38-year-old Gwendolyn Michelle Lacy of Birmingham has... Read more
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Washington Post
In ‘The Baltimore Waltz,’ whimsy, sadness are out of stepMichelle Eugene as Anna in “The Baltimore Waltz” at Rep Stage. The Paula Vogel
In ‘The Baltimore Waltz,’ whimsy, sadness are out of step
Washington Post / Posted yesterday
Michelle Eugene as Anna in “The Baltimore Waltz” at Rep Stage. The Paula Vogel play centers on a sister and ill brother who go on an antic, magical journey. (Katie Simmons-Barth) Paula Vogel’s “The Baltimore Waltz” gets a nicely acted production at... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patientsBIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to st
nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patients
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted yesterday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a patient trust fund account. Attorney General Luther Strange said in a statement Tuesday that 38-year-old Gwendolyn Michelle Lacy of Birmingham has... Read more
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NBC 15 Mobile
North Carolina News - WPMI Local 1501, 2015 11:25 CDT BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A former nursing home employee has
North Carolina News - WPMI Local 15
NBC 15 Mobile / Posted yesterday
01, 2015 11:25 CDT BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a patient trust fund account. Attorney General Luther Strange said in a statement Tuesday that 38-year-old... Read more
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Airdrie Echo
Airdrie Angel program growingto find nominations [at the beginning],” said Matt Carre, who is one of the fou
Airdrie Angel program growing
Airdrie Echo / Posted yesterday
to find nominations [at the beginning],” said Matt Carre, who is one of the founders of the program, along with his wife, Michelle. Carre explained that recently, the nominations have flowed in—the program saw 15 in the past month. “We’ve... Read more
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The Gadsden Times
Ex-nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patientsBIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) � A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to st
Ex-nursing home worker convicted of stealing from patients
The Gadsden Times / Posted yesterday
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) � A former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to stealing money from a patient trust fund account. Attorney General Luther Strange said in a statement Tuesday that 38-year-old Gwendolyn Michelle Lacy of Birmingham has... Read more
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Deseret News
Michelle Singletary: Use your financial fear as motivationrise. So I raced to talk to my husband in the next room. "Honey, have you seen
Michelle Singletary: Use your financial fear as motivation
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
rise. So I raced to talk to my husband in the next room. "Honey, have you seen the news?" I screeched. "Shouldn't we pull money out? I can't take this. Honey, why are you just sitting there? Why aren't you scared? Honey!" My husband, whom I often... Read more
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Rolla Daily News
Amnesty program for delinquent Missouri taxpayers to beginof Certified Public Accountants. Revenue Department numbers show about 290,000
Amnesty program for delinquent Missouri taxpayers to begin
Rolla Daily News / Posted yesterday
of Certified Public Accountants. Revenue Department numbers show about 290,000 individuals are eligible, agency spokeswoman Michelle Gleba said."It's really a clean bill of health," Marchbein said. His firm in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Push for wild crocodile eggs in Queensland to be harvested for fashionan income from a potentially dangerous unloved animal," he said. Mr Lever has
Push for wild crocodile eggs in Queensland to be harvested for fashion
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
an income from a potentially dangerous unloved animal," he said. Mr Lever has the support of Federal MP for Capricornia Michelle Landry. She said industry experts estimated that nine out of 10 wild croc nests were destroyed annually by wild... Read more
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Miami New Times
Aaron Davidson's Stunning Soccer Bribery Case Could Clean Up FIFA's Corruptionthe team's star forward. "There were already players making basically nothing.
Aaron Davidson's Stunning Soccer Bribery Case Could Clean Up FIFA's Corruption
Miami New Times / Posted yesterday
the team's star forward. "There were already players making basically nothing. I'm pretty sure they could have made more money by coaching kids' teams." Why cut spending after the Strikers' most successful campaign? According to federal... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Got a Minute? With Lynn Staggsthree granddaughters. How did The Storehouse get started? I got tired of litt
Got a Minute? With Lynn Staggs
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
three granddaughters. How did The Storehouse get started? I got tired of little old ladies not having food and not enough money for food. It just made me mad. I was volunteering at Mercy House and Michelle French there pulled me aside and said,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Donahue claims bitter prosecutor fueled chargeswas in the 1980s, when Mr. Donahue was convicted of conspiring to help drug tra
Donahue claims bitter prosecutor fueled charges
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
was in the 1980s, when Mr. Donahue was convicted of conspiring to help drug trafficker Frederick “Rik” Luytjes smuggle money from Grand Cayman Island. He again faced off with Mr. Zubrod in 2010, when a jury convicted him of defrauding banks,... Read more
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TribLIVE
4 projects suggested for grant fundingFour projects were proposed for use of 2015 Community Development Block Grant m
4 projects suggested for grant funding
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Four projects were proposed for use of 2015 Community Development Block Grant money during the first public hearing Monday in Connellsville City Hall. Michelle Kooyman of Connellsville proposed work on the tennis and basketball courts at East Park... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
China c.bank to clamp down on forwards trading to curb yuan depreciationin the onshore market, traders said. "Cost to buy dollars in the forward marke
China c.bank to clamp down on forwards trading to curb yuan depreciation
Reuters UK Edition / Posted yesterday
in the onshore market, traders said. "Cost to buy dollars in the forward market will increase as banks will have to borrow money in the market to put as reserves in the central bank and they will transfer the cost to clients," said a trader with a... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
First impressions good for Wiggins volleyballJessica Veeman, one of four seniors on the team, missed the Fort Morgan Classic
First impressions good for Wiggins volleyball
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted yesterday
Jessica Veeman, one of four seniors on the team, missed the Fort Morgan Classic on Saturday, meaning head coach Michelle Baker had to have others step up. However, the Tigers had a strong opening debut to the season, winning pool B with... Read more
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Northern Star
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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The Border Mail
More than just WAGs in the Devils’ familyCall Michelle Glen and Kirsty Lewis the “Wangaratta WAGs” and they just laugh.
More than just WAGs in the Devils’ family
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Call Michelle Glen and Kirsty Lewis the “Wangaratta WAGs” and they just laugh. Pommy invasion: Michelle Glen and Kirsty Lewis have found a temporary home in Wangaratta with their partners, who moved to the city to play soccer for the Devils.... Read more
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Queensland Times
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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News Mail
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive monthAustralia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold wa
Interest rates on hold for fourth consecutive month
News Mail / Posted yesterday
Australia's terms of trade are falling. The decision to leave rates on hold was tipped by the majority of economists, with money expert Michelle Hutchinson saying 78% of experts surveyed by finder.com.au do not expect a change to the rate at all... Read more
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Daily Liberal
First day of Spring!its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
First day of Spring!
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
17 member group meets to tackle coastal insurance reformstate in 2004. “If I took the difference in what my premium is now versus what
17 member group meets to tackle coastal insurance reform
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
state in 2004. “If I took the difference in what my premium is now versus what it used to be ten years ago, that’s enough money that I would’ve saved to pay for a child’s education. I didn’t budget for that ten years ago. And I know I’m not the... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
17 member group meets to tackle coastal insurance reformstate in 2004. “If I took the difference in what my premium is now versus what
17 member group meets to tackle coastal insurance reform
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted yesterday
state in 2004. “If I took the difference in what my premium is now versus what it used to be ten years ago, that’s enough money that I would’ve saved to pay for a child’s education. I didn’t budget for that ten years ago. And I know I’m not the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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The Border Mail
Border breakfast wrap- Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Border breakfast wrap- Tuesday, September 1, 2015
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 28, 2015II, Rebecca Landry; Section 104 T17S R17E; $138,700; Entry#1486441 on 8/3/2015.
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 28, 2015
The Daily Comet / Posted yesterday
II, Rebecca Landry; Section 104 T17S R17E; $138,700; Entry#1486441 on 8/3/2015.

• 21st Mortgage Corp; Mortgagor: Michelle Belsom, Fredy Belsom III; Lot 9 Blk 20 Ashland North Subd; $59,273; Entry#1486519 on 8/3/2015.

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Northern Daily Leader
Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tuesday, September 1, 2015its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees,
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
its focus needs to remain on providing adequate living standards for retirees, rather than saving the federal government money. Treasurer Joe Hockey argued earlier this year that people ought to be able to use their super savings to buy their... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 28, 2015II, Rebecca Landry; Section 104 T17S R17E; $138,700; Entry#1486441 on 8/3/2015.
Real Estate Mortgages for Terrebonne Parish: Aug. 28, 2015
The Houma Courier / Posted 2 days ago
II, Rebecca Landry; Section 104 T17S R17E; $138,700; Entry#1486441 on 8/3/2015.

• 21st Mortgage Corp; Mortgagor: Michelle Belsom, Fredy Belsom III; Lot 9 Blk 20 Ashland North Subd; $59,273; Entry#1486519 on 8/3/2015.

• Interlinc... Read more

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